As Spring Break winds down for most South Florida kids, a last trip to the beach may be on the agenda. Those going should be careful around the water due to dangerous rip currents.
Miami Beach is getting a little break after what has been a busy week.
South Florida beachgoers beware, there’s another rip current advisory Tuesday along the coastline.
Red flags are flying for a fourth straight day at South Florida beaches signaling rough seas and potentially dangerous rip currents.
Rip currents are making the beaches a little treacherous in parts of South Florida.
An Indiana University Hoosiers football player was rescued by a friend who said he acted on instinct when the group got caught in a rip current.
With the start of Spring about a week away, thousands of college students on break will join snowbirds along our beautiful beaches. While relaxing on the beach and having fun in the surf is all part of a South Florida vacation, there is a hidden danger that they may not be aware of.
The first official day of winter is here, but with South Florida’s warm temperatures saying otherwise, weather experts are warning beach-goers of dangerous rip currents.
South Florida is one of those places where ocean-swimming is still a pastime in the month of November. But, Florida’s emergency managers are warning swimmers of a high risk of rip currents through Tuesday.
Red flags were flying up and down South Florida’s beaches on Tuesday as gusty wind created a high risk for rip currents.
CBS4 meteorologist Lissette Gonzalez said we can expect winds in the 18-25 mph range over the next day or so with gusts in the 30s. This creates dangerous in the water conditions for both swimmers and boaters.